My disappointment with the three senior finalists is NOT the reason for this very short story. Leave it to ESPN to state that Ken Riley has the second most interceptions by a corner in league history to Richard Lane.
First question, how much film of the Chicago Cardinals in 1954 did you watch? My book, The Birth of Football's Modern 4-3 Defense: The Seven Seasons That Changed the NFL, states "Richard "Night Train" Lane played all four positions, yet he is usually the right safety the first half of the year, and left safety the second half".
He intercepted 10 passes to lead the league, and of course, I can go back and see how many of the ten passes he pilfered were at corner, and safety, yet no doubt he had more than four at safety, thus Riley had more interceptions as a corner than Lane.
Will the laziness at ESPN ever end?